More doses of the COVID-19 vaccine are coming to the State of West Virginia, Gov. Jim Justice announced Wednesday during his press briefing regarding the pandemic.
Gov. Justice says the Biden administration committed this week to sending more vaccines to the Mountain State and he says the allocation from the federal pharmacy program has been increased to 7,300 doses.
Monday, the governor announced that the state had entered the federal pharmacy program through a partnership with Walgreens.
Gov. Justice again touted West Virginia’s success at vaccine distribution by saying the state is still leading the nation.
Data shows, 6.2 percent of the entire state has been fully vaccinated so far.
To register for a vaccine go to wv.vaccinate.gov.